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KVKNINO UUUJ3TIN, HONOLULU, T II PTTHDAY. AFC1 fi. 1910.
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KING and KALAKAUA AVE.
bk Vmt iHtfi WHI
Just think bf it!
$460 will buy you a lot in the heart of the city within
ten minutes ride of Fort Street !
DONDERO & LANSING
83 Morohant Street
Itl tlllis III llllfjlo.
he turn received rrom Mr. 1111J Mrs.
Wllllutn Alaiihiiu Hrynn "I llunn'uln
tell of the ilrllKllirul time they aiu
having In Ilurriili) anil Washington, I).
C. Tiki lluflalo Nows lontnlna tlio
lollovvlng Ir.tonlow with Mrs iliynu:
I.ocal inloreat Is uttacr-ed 10 the ar
rival. Ini town or, Mr,.nud Mrs William
Alniisou lirynn of Honolulu, far ..Mrs.
Iliyan Is well remembered by 11 wide
eliclo of friends its Miss nil.ubotli J.
Lctson, who for 17 years prior to her
marriage n enr and a half ago biic
co'Mully llllcd the position of director
t)f untuiitl sciences. '
"Indeed, I do enjoy being back In
IliilTulo again," said Mm. Iliyun at the
liiiquids this morning. "My only ie
grot Ih that I win miaulo to slip Into
town iiiinniimincel an I had idanneJ
nt'd hurprlse lay Irieuds."
' How do yon lll.o 1 1 v 1 n k In II0110
Ih'u?" Mrs. Uryaa was mktd.
"No ono cai) help III:Iok It there."
kIii- replied with oathushutn. "Tl.oro
Is a Imclnnthm ahoiit the country, the
life there and the people t nit la dllll
inlt to explain, hut mnry ono feels It
van has ever spent any time them."
"The cllr.ictc. too, Is de'lshtful, llo
miltilu being Mtitiitetl on a plateau half
way between ,0 mountain and the
fo.i. All the year lound one can bo
In bulbing, mid iilvvnyiCtho moj"- de'l
rlous fresh fruits aro to bo had, 11ml
t'.J'j uro so cheap.
"Hut wliii. Impressed me 1 nt,"
mild Mrs. l'ryan, "Ik tho coH'i'.opoiltim
mlng l;fg of iiili'h. Not long ago I ,
Ited n kindergarten ,and thoro worn
Illicit 0:1 fioiu r.'j nnttniiallllos rep.o
scute I, And that Is tho way It Is In
society, loo At iiny largo socle' 'ii
linn tho different costumes' and tho
dlfleient typos you meet make the 11 1
fjlr very plcturesiiue. -Hrldgo Is In
great fauir, and porhais your puituoi
wl'l lo i' Chlueso lad.-, clad In I ho
In' ;k fmhlon of Mmonos, covered
with tho irosl uimdciliil einbiol'.ery
' Culllrg Ih another of tuo lavoritu
pa .time, or women In Honolulu The
clt Is divided Into (.citlons, and each
lection linn Its ui-linino day Ho If von
wish to cull upon a frieuil who rem lea
l;i the I'unahou reel Ion, where I live,
you arc sure she will be al homo on
Monday, .or on Tuesday if she rodcB
In Kulinukl, and to on thiuugh the
It Is nucleating, too, to ttuvel In
the country, and contrast .the methods
employed. A modern sugar plinta
t lull, or il pineapple plantation will ad
join tho rio paddy of a Mongolian
l.iruiei, employing tho same primitive
means of cultivation used by his grent
grnudfaher. Ho plows with the
crudest Implements, drawn by a water
buffalo, ho plants the iced by hand
and haivcMg P In the same way. The
Inherent hue of nohe that Is a vlur jc
terietic ot the ( hinesc Is manifest In
the contrlvnneo he rigs rip to frighten
11 way the hlri'- A wire line Is
suet ched bark aud forth across tho
field and to this Is ntfic'-.cd tin cans
ni.d other nnlbo-produclng Instru
ments. If the wind dos not' blow
hard enough to do to v.-ork, the farm
er walks along and shakes the line,
titlorlng tho wulrdest cries that would
of Itsoll fright "i away not only birds,
but mcothlrg eHo tnat hear IL
"i:peilinenti a. it alpo I olng made
In tho raising oi cotton, and If tills
proves a sneers, It will proh.ibly be
come one 01 tlo Important Industilcs
i'l the Islands. Tobacco Is .ilni grown
on a large Hi-a'j, and rubber, ono plan
tation alono luilng upwards of 100,
000 niMicr tiees"
"lie. about Echnols?"
"..0 liaio an ovicllont rititcm of
r-'.ools Mo,t of the 'teacheiH ar'o
l.mn the Rtatcu, sent out under two
ynrt' (vnnti.ict and frequently re
mall nig peimanently. Two years ago
a college of agiiculturu win establish
ed, which N liberally supported by
Ihn Kotuiitliicnt. The gn-.it po.sr.lbll
!tlc ol tho Islands along agricultural
IIiich In rapidly being developed, mid
tho territorial overnmei't Is encour
aging this lino or ilivclopmunt by
oiienlng to American sellleis tinder
easy hoinejlcidliig cutiilllluas Inrgn
tlnctB' of laud an the wtili IjI
aiuls" "What lui'i become of the (Jueon?"
Mra llrvan waa mked
"Hho still lles In Honolulu in a
beautiful palace, and bIio also main
tains several estates In other partK of
tho Islands. She has a llttlo court or
her own and onco a year, early In Sep
tember, she holds open court to which
the populnco Is Invited. Sho Is 11 re
n.arkablo woman, loved and respected
by'all who know her, nnd until recent
ly, when lip r health has been Impair
ed, sho went about much In society."
Mr. Ilrynn Is In tho t'ast to agitate
for n new survey of tho coast islands
and also to deliver 11 course of lec
tures, and It will bo In tho rail when
thiy return to their homo in Hono
lulu. Mr. I'folcnliuiier's Dinner.
Klghtcen guests were seated around
tho oval tablo at which Mr. 1'fotcn
luiuer made an admirable and genial
host on Thursday evening. The dia
ller wnt given iti honor or Mr. und
.Mr if. Jack Dowsett and Mr. and Mr.
Alexander Campbell. Dinner wif
served at Msvon o'clock In tho prlvato
dining room or the iouug Hotel. A
largo silver epoigne occupied Hie cen
ter or the tablo and was llllcd with
long-steniniod American Ileauly roses
Sinllax was rchtouned uxor tho tablo
with American loies dropped pro
miscuously over tho snowy cloth.
I land-painted place cards ornamented
with dainty llgures designated the
pi.iro or each guest. Those present
vvero Mr. I'rotciihauer, Mr. and Mrs.
.lack Dowsett, Mr. and Mrs. Alexan
der Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Klobahn,
Mr. and Mrs. (!. Ilollowny, Mra.
Charles Ilrynnt Cooper, Judge and
Mrs. Arthur Wilder, Mrs. K. Kaxon
Ulshop, Mrs. Ilernian PocKc, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Itlchardson, Mr. IMward
'6-niiey and Mr. Hurry Whitney.
Monday evening Miss ,loi,slo Ken
nedy was llio hostess at a delightful
dinner diincn which waii islven In
honor of her brother, Mr Klunley
Konnedjyund Mr Allan Loivrcy. Tho
former la a student ut Stanford, tho
Inttcr Is altcndlug Harvard Ilotli of
tho nuests of honor are spending their
nummer vacation In Honolulu. Ited
Is tho Harvard color and Is also the
Stanford color, conKc'iuently crimson
carnations were used profusely In tho
decorative scheme The plncn cards
woro dono In wnter-colors, being fig
ures of bull plavcrs, and were tho
hand-work of the hoslois. Twenty
covcra were arranged around the
table. Tho niiiiieious candelabra con-
, talnlng twinkling candles, shaded
with dainty silk (.hades, lent added
chnrm und lentil v to tho tablo equip
ment. After dinner tho assembled
young people danced until a late hour.
Among those preeiit wcro Miss
Jessie Keijnody, Mr and Mrs. Harold
Castle, Miss Muriel Ilowatt, Miss Sara
l.ticas, Miss Vera Damon, Miss Irene
riHhcr, Misses White C!, Miss Helen I
N'orth, Miss Nott, MIsh Jessica Irwin,
Mr Stanley Kennedy, l)r llcilcninn.l
Mr. Ilrtieo Cartwrlght, Mr Alan l.ow-1
icy. Mr Frederick Ijivvrey, Mr. Sher
wood ljwrty, Mr Herbert Dowsctl,
Mr. (leorgo Itenlon and Mr. Ilruce
Cartwrlght, Jr. - 1
Cnmmiidnrc mid ,Mr. Jncgrr l.'nlerl'ilu
A luail and Inuneli party was the
form or entertainment chosen by Cnm
modero and Mrs, Jueger when they en-!
tartnlncd Sunday In honor or Commo-
ilorc aud Mra. Smith, Captain and Mrs. j
Huzzard of the Sweetheart and all the;
olllccrs of the three yachts. About 1
forty guests wcro present. Tho nrfalrl
wns given at tho l'enlnmila. The limn
was Rcrved shortly after 0110 o'clock,!
and the table was decorated with red'
i If Ih und red carnations, Interspersed
with ferns and other tropical green
ery. After luncheon tho remainder or
the afternoon was spent In cruising
around tho beautiful IocIir of I'earl
1 Harbor Amon'g those present were
ICommodoio nnd Mrs. Jaeger, I'rlnce
and 1'rlucess Knlaulanaolc, the
i'rlncess Kaw.inanakou, Commodore
and Mrs. Smith. Captain ami Mrs.
Hiizzard, Mrs ,lorton or Scattlo,
Wash., Mlrs Mary I-mv, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Wldomaiiu, Captain Charles Wilder,,
Mr. Harry Wilder, Mr. Sam Walker,'
Mr Mclnerny, and many others. 1
.Mrs. Sliccdv'H l.iiiirlii'iiu. !
Mrs. ilheedy rntertnlncd this week
at an elaborate luncheon which waa1
given In honor or Mrs. Chaulkcr, wife'
or Captain Chaulkcr or tho Itevcnuol
Cutler Kervlie. Pink roses were anvil
profusely as a decoration Alter
luncheon an Impromptu musical pro-;
gram was rcudeied by xcvcinl or tho'
guests. Among those present wcro
Mrs. Shecdy, Mrs. Hepburn, Mra,
Frederick Hnnispy,. Mrs. Chaulkcr,
Mrs. Wilcox, Mrs Frederick ltobards,
Mrs. I'aidre, and others.
.Mr. mill .Mrs. Ittrhnrdiun's llniier. !
Mr. and Mrs Jack Dowselt and Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Campbell, who
leave Untidily on Jlio Korea for an ex
tended I'utopenn trip, wore the com
pllmcuted guests at 11 dinner which
was given Tuesday.) evenlnp at tho
luiine of Mr. nndMrn. Frank Iilch-
ardson. A Lenutlful variety of pink
roses were hm-iI ns 11 ilorornUon, and
tho placo card dccoratol with roses
lent ndded bc.nlv to tho tablo dec
(nations Atter dinner loffco wns!
served by th gracious hostess. '
llrldgc whist was participated In dur
ing tho evening, n number or tho
guestH being expert brldgcrs. Among
Mr and Mis lllclianlson'x gue-ils were
Mr and Mrs. Jack Dowsett, Mr and,
Mrs. Alexander Campbell, Mr. and
Mrs. U'liir, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick
Klehahn, Mrs. Mary (I111111, Mrs K
Fuion Illshop, Dr Hodglns and Mr
Mrs. (Miapman, wife of Captain
Chapman, U. S. A , wan tho hostess
Tuesday at an cxtiemely pretty
luncheon which was given In honor'
of Mrs. (Inrrct and Mrs. fioorgo
Cleveland llowen. Covers wore Inld
for tell. The large circular tablo was
adorned with white daisies and tulle.
A largu basket was llllcd with daisies
and partially veiled with tulle. How
knots of tnllo were artistically ar
ranged, caught with daisies. All tho
guests present woro enthusiastic
brldgers. After luncheon tho game
of bridge was enjoyed. Thoso prosont
were Mrs. Chapman, Mrs. George
Cleveland llowen, Mrs. Manuel (inr
rct, Mra. Pardee, Mrs. Ilatdvvin, Mrs
Williams, Mrs. John ilornbergcr,
Mrs. Putnam and Mrs. Smith.
Wcdnexihi) .Uterinum llrldge Club.
Mrs. Bhccdy, wlfo or I.lcut. Sheedy,
entertained tho Wednesday Afternoon
Ilrldge Club. The Sheedys hnvo apart
ments at tho Pleasanton, so thej
guests wcro entertained at that ho
tel. Mrs. Smith of Fort Shatter won
tho llrst prize, an exquisite Jnpanero
bag. Mrs. Wilcox won tho second, an
Imported rnp and saucer. Among
those present were Mrs. Shecdy, Mrs.
Arthur Slnrlx, Mrs. Frederick Itam
tey, Mra, CJiaulkcr, Mrs. Smith, Mrs.
Wilcox, Mrs. Ilnrnhorger, Mrs. Ward,
Mrs. Putnam, Mrs. Chapman, Mrs.
Turner, Mra. Pardee und Mrs. Wil
liams. .Mrs. .MiTiiiulliW Luncheon.
Pink blgonlas, combined with maid
enhair fern, ornamented the luncheon
tuhlo ut which .Mrs. MrCandless pro
sided as hostess on last Tuesday
Thoso dainty flowers woro gracefully
arranged 111 a largo ''cut glass bowl.
SpraB or blgonlas 'combined with
maidenhair fern were, scattered over
thu snowy rloth. 'After luncheon
somo or the guests played' bridge.
Among thoso piesont vvero Mrs. Mc
Uundlcss, l.er daughter, Mrs. Hep
burn, Mrs. Sam Damon, Mra. Frod.
relil; Itatnsey, Mra. Wlnslow, and oth
cit. .Mrx. Agnes Juild's Tni.
Mra. AgneH Judd entertained nt nn
elaborate ten Monday afternoon In
honor uf hor (hiughter-ln-luw, Mra
C'errcl Judd. Tho hours worn from
4 to ft Tho Judd homestead on Nun
ami Bticet was a bower of beauty In
Its gala attire or palms, maidenhair
fern, and cut tlowora Mra. Agnes Mrs M M (iarrct. who bus been
Judd and her two ilaughtcrs-ln-law, vlMtlng her parents, Mr nnd Mrs. li
Mra James Judd and Mra, (lerrlt I. Spalding of this rlly. accompanied
Judd, iccclved in tho drawing room, by her sister. Miss Kthcl Spalding
Mrs. Judd woro n ory biindsomo left Wednesday nit the transport
gown of pearl grey satin, Mrs. James I-ogan to Join hor husband nt Fort
Judd was clad In nn embroidered plna Ilcnjiiinln Harrison. Miss Spaldliji
over white satin, and a large plcturo will probably spend the winter wljb
hat cohered with blue plumes com- her sister. The dcpig-turo of tho tw?
pleted (ho (ostuiaei Mrs. (ierrlt Judd society Irls will create n ".old In th?
woro an exquisite Imported white. Iln- soclul circles or Honolulu. A larjy
gerlo Dock. Tea and cottco were "huiubcr or rrlends wero ut the wlmrj
I'Mllll'll III III.' Illlllllls linjlll llllll HlBl U " o,, ,,,. i. '. ,u,,t.i m,. n..,.J
with Ices and caVr b) Jap.mce niahls.'er tliom with sweet scented lels. 1
Over n Imnilrcil Riiests were present.
! orlhN Ten.
Mli.s lliiiton ami the Mbisos Ath
urton wero the irotlf for n tea which
was glvon Iv Miss Helen North at
her homo on (Iron street, (loldcn
shower luudo an cltectlvo decoration J
Miss North and her guests of Honor
received In tho drawing room. Tea,
lies and cake woro serveil at jiniall
tables on tho lanal. This affair was
Informal, but extremely onjoyalio.
Mint of t'10 young people present
woro llutry organdy nnd llngciio
gowns, with shower hntx. Those pres
ent were Miss Nelon North, tho Mlssiv
Atherton (II), Mrs. Charles Henry
Pennctt, Miss J6sslo Kennedy, MIfs
Sara I.ucas, Miss Muriel Howatt, Ml
Helen Hobron, Miss Frances Ferrler,
Miss Wlckstrum, Miss Irene I'l slier,
.MNs Snilth's Card Pnrlr.
Miss Ituth' Smith entertained" de
llghtrully on Tuesday urternnnn nt
the homo or her ulster Mrs. Stephen
Norton Hobo, In College Hills. About
11 dozen guests worn asked to meet
Misses Mabel Kills uud Olive llurr
of Chicago and Miss Melon Harmon
of Portland, all of whom uro spend
ing tho summer In Honolulu, llrldjco
was played early In tho afternoon.
Miss Florcnco Hoffman carrying, off
tho honors In tho highest score. This
was followed by a musical program
by Miss Agnes Wlckstrum nnd Mrs.
Hobo. I-ator delicious refreshments
wero served. Thoso present wero
Mesdames Hnrniwn, Smith and Hobo;
Misses Kills, llurr, Harmon, 1 loft man,
Florcnco Hoffman. Fisher Kyenon,
Nowcll, Roberts and Wlckstrum.
.Mrs. I.iinz' Luncheon.
Friday Mrs. I-anz entertained at
a bridge luncheon which wns given
Ir. honor of Mra. Aloxnndcr Campbell
nnd Mrn. Jack Dowsett. ("otoni woro
laid for ten, Tho color scheme for
this luncheon wns whlto nnd grtcn,
Among Mra. Uinx' guests wcro Mrs.
Aloxnnder Campbell, Mrs. Jack Dow
sett, Sirs. 1 lei man Focke, Mra. Fred
erick Klelmiihn, Mra. li. Faxon Illshop,
Miss Walker, and others.
D.iiire 11I Jliiiinn Hotel,
A dance will bo given this evening
nt the Moan a Hotel. l.'arncU Kiial'H
Natlvo qulntetto Club will furnish
tho music nnd will also play during
tho dinner hour Army, Navy and
(own folk aro Invited. "
is giving i
Miss Lillian Hiirnnrd, who bus been
visiting Miss Atherton, left for
on tho Mongolia Her aunt.
draco llarnnrd. nnd her grnndfathei
wero In tho Orient. Tho Inttcr diet)
quite suddenly and Miss I.llllnn IIar
nnrd received a cablo that her nun
was on tho Mongolia, and for har'tg
Join her nt Honolulu and go bnckuj
California wlt'i her- '. - jf
Mr. and Mrs. I. Klamp will rcsldt
l tho Fairmont' fpp he, winter. Thj
Klnmps aro well known in HonolnlS
where their hospllity, has been fr
nilnlllll. nnliil-i.,1 l.o aria l(liv (3 f.aaaT:
nii.-i4.ij vtijtf 1:1 i iy iioiiiiih nan 1 itiir
nltint.ltu f-l.rv.ttl..!.. KVKlt (-'J
" li-o lfnli.1. f.l.StlJfti I
kitchen shower tjiin" nfornponjjjn
honor of Miss Ircno'Kishor, who .will
bo married to Mr. Oeo'rgo Itcntonjln
Seplember. ' '
Mr. and Mm. John Livingston To
Oakland. Cal., passed Ulrnugh onjut
Asla.iuid lslted friends
sU-amer was In port.
Miss I.idl.i McStocker ontcrlntnTS
Ihformnlly nt tea Monday afternoon!
Aliout twenty young people wcro prcR
Captain mid Mrs. FhlU, If S.
hnvo been ".pending this week 1111 on
Mt. Tantalus, but returned Friday .'to!
ineir apartments at the Young,
Lieutenant Iloblnson. who has-born
stationed with tho Thetis, left Satiire
day on tho Mongolia for n month's vfrt
cation to bo spent In California. SH
Mr. and Mrs. Kdwurd Waluon, nfCrt
nevcrul inoiiths sojourn on tho malti".
land, returned to Honolulu Frld'nyton
tho Sierra. jit
Lieut, and Mra. Snillli or the IflR
N'nvy aro occupying tho Oleson 'limim
In Manoa Vnlley.s ' "afl
' - -M
Miss llattln Locus and Miss V'Jolcl
Mnkee lett on tho last Klnau to kiKa
month on the Island of Kauai. V
Lieutenant PnrhonK of tho VJtW
Marino Corps spent. Thursday and Fr.
day at Udlchua. jk
ocaics ami Mr. Srlum.TM
lav eirnlni- til l. ,..T?H
Mr nnd Mrs. Roodalo
oir nn.i Mrs. Roodalo nnd M)&
Oom ale nro slopping for a fow dv?
at the Yopng Hotel,
.nptnln Scales nnd
. .... mimmy evening at the MontiS
ONGEE and FLANNEL SUITS
is as vital as the
proper care in cleaning no amount of skill in the making -will, maintain the original good appearance.
Mr. Abadie's French Cleaning will Preserve the Original
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